Aurora is the west end of the BNSF Railway Line and is served by numerous Pace bus routes. It also serves as a Greyhound bus stop, but Amtrak trains do not stop. The station replaced the former Aurora Train Station, at the corners of South Broadway and Washington Street (see picture below). That station was smaller with considerably
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The Aurora Protocol is a link layer communications protocol for use on point-to-point serial links. Developed by Xilinx, it is intended for use in high-speed (gigabits/second and more) connections internally in a computer or in an embedded system. It uses either 8b/10b encoding or 64b/66b encoding. ...
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Aurora is a punk band formed in Győr, Hungary in 1983. The band is the longest standing and best known band in the Hungarian punk scene. ==Discography== ==Early history== Aurora Cirkáló was founded in Győr, Hungary by the young local punks “Vigi” (guitar vocals), “Galacs” (bass), “Polyak” (drums) and “Dayer”
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Aurora is the eponymously-titled debut album by American/British girl group Aurora. It was a big success in the UK and featured the hit single "Mercy Me". ==Tracklist== ==Singles== ...
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Aurora was a Christian girl group that was made up of sisters Lauren, Racquel & Rachel Smith. They released two albums (Aurora, Bigger than Us) and had two hit singles on UK radio ("Mercy Me", "Outta My Heart"). They disbanded in 2002. ==Discography== ==Singles== ...
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Aurora is an historical district in the city of Turin, Italy. The district includes: ...
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[Erie Railroad station]
Aurora is the former train station serving the residents of Aurora, Ohio, located within Portage County. The station was constructed in 1872 by the New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroad, which had absorbed the former Cleveland and Mahoning Valley Railroad, which ran from Cleveland to Leavittsburg. The next station
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Aurora is an album released in 2004 by Bada. Although her image concept did not change from her first album, which was successful, Aurora failed to sell well. Lead single "Aurora", which was a love ballad, also fared poorly, leading Bada to switch singles quickly. The second single was "Eyes", which in contrast was a R&B-dance
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HMS Aurora was a British improved Arethusa Class cruiser of 5220 tons displacement launched in 1934. HMS Aurora carried a crew of 450 and was powered by four Admiralty 3-drum type oil fuelled boilers providing a top speed of 32 knots. Armaments consisted of six 6-inch guns; eight 4-inch anti-aircraft guns; two 3-pdr guns and seven smaller guns and
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Aurora, also known as Aurora UK, are a British electronic dance music group, consisting of keyboardist/guitarist Sacha Collisson and fellow keyboardist Simon Greenaway. ==Discography== ===Albums=== ===Singles=== ...
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[Susumu Hirasawa album]
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Aurora is the second album of post-rock band Esmerine. It was released by Madrona Records in 2005. ==Track listing== ...
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A glow in a planet's ionosphere caused by the interaction between the planet's magnetic field and charged particles from the Sun.
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(Latin) dawn; this word is the same as the name of a goddess of the Dawn in Roman mythology.
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A faint visual phenomenon associated with geomagnetic activity, which occurs mainly in the high-latitude night sky; typical auroras are 100 to 250 km above the ground.
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A colorful, rapidly varying glow in the sky caused by the collision of charged particles in the magnetosphere with atoms in the Earth's upper atmosphere. Auroras are most often observed at high latitudes and are enhanced during geomagnetic storms.
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- an atmospheric phenomenon consisting of bands of light caused by charged solar particles following the earth`s magnetic lines of force 2. [n] - goddess of the dawn
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'Polar lights' which occur in the Earth's upper atmosphere, caused by particles emitted by the Sun causing gas molecules in Earth's atmosphere to glow. Aurora Borealis are seen above the North Pole, Aurora Australis above the South.
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aka Northern Lights - The different coloured lights which are visible at night above the Earth's poles.
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A glow in the Earth's ionosphere caused by the interaction between the Earth's magnetic field and charged particles from the Sun (The Solar Wind). It gives rise to the 'Northern Lights', or Aurora Borealis, in the Northern Hemisphere, and the Aurora Australis in the Southern Hemisphere.
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A faint visual phenomenon associated with geomagnetic activity,which occurs mainly in the high-latitude night sky; typical auroras are 100 to 250 kmabove the ground.The name comes from an older one, 'aurora borealis' (Latin for 'northern dawn') given because an aurora near the northern horizon (its usual location when seen in most of Europe) looks
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In Roman mythology, goddess of the dawn (Greek Eos). Preceded by her sons, the fresh morning winds, she would fly or drive a chariot across the sky to announce the approach of Apollo
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Latin (rarely used) Auroræ
[ Latin aurora
, for ausosa
, akin to Greek ..., ..., dawn, Sanskrit ushas
, and English east
The rising light of the morning; the dawn of day; the redness of the sky ju
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Origin: L. Aurora, for ausosa, akin to Gr, dawn, Skr. Ushas, and E. East. ... 1. The rising light of the morning; the dawn of day; the redness of the sky just before the sun rises. ... 2. The rise, dawn, or beginning. ... 3. The Roman personification of the dawn of day; the goddess of the morning. The poets represented her a rising out of the ocean
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(Roman mythology) goddess of the dawn; counterpart of Greek Eos
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